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RAHS students participate in the 2016 Sakura-Con

Sakura-Con is a convention in the Pacific Northwest where anime lovers gather every year. The convention has many programs such as anime movies, games, cultural panels, dances, concerts, and art contests. Many students at Raisbeck Aviation [...]

The angst of AP testing week

  It’s that time again: AP testing season–a slow process that almost every RAHS student dislikes. Two weeks of AP tests, depending on what courses a person is taking, is arguably the most stressful time of the year. In fact, many [...]

Don’t judge a book by its cover

Small boxes, labelled “mini libraries,” were recently placed across the RAHS campus with the hopes that the “take one, leave one” rule will help spread books around the school. Freshman Heidi Yagen, creator of the mini libraries, not [...]

Face to Facebook

After the 20 Mar. 2016 RAHS Cultural Awareness Assembly, a debate over perceived racism sparked through a post on Facebook. This highlighted a bigger controversy about the role social media plays in spreading awareness of racism and other injustices. Members [...]

Assembling the puzzling picture of racism

  The cultural assembly had been created with the full intention of creating a fun environment to teach students about cultures around the world. The assembly, which was designed to help clear up misconceptions, created a very large controversy, [...]

RAHS overflows with internships for Summer 2016

One of the things that makes RAHS unique is the amount of internships that come through the school. RAHS is currently working with 200 local and widespread companies to provide internship and volunteer opportunities throughout the school year [...]

Communication and Media rumors debunked

  There are rumors that the Communications and Media class at RAHS is harder than any other AP class. Ultimately, it is designed for students to take a course to learn material that they couldn’t learn in other classes. But rumors about [...]

Controversial election season does not compel RAHS seniors to vote

  There are a few milestones that are associated with high school, such as getting a license, applying to colleges, and meeting an expectation that 80% of Americans achieve (graduating). In the upcoming months some RAHS students will be [...]

Investigating the supposed rumors about the locked fourth floor

The fourth floor of RAHS has always been locked to its students, leading to questions about what is really up there as well as rumors of what could be on a floor where students are not allowed. Troy Hoehne, a social studies teacher at RAHS, [...]

New nurse to the rescue…maybe

  RAHS has difficulties having the nurse on campus daily and the fact that the nurse is only covering at least one day isn’t okay in students’ perspective. Many questions come up about why there isn’t a nurse on campus every [...]

What the truck is going on?

  The junkyard right across the road is one of the most mysterious pieces of land settled in the vicinity of RAHS, and barely anything is known about it. Strange vehicles of different shapes, sizes, and values go in and out seemingly at random [...]
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